The U.S. scientific culture encourages new discoveries. It does it through collaboration, public funding, open science, peer review and outreach.
A U.S.-backed project helped the Chapoto community in Zimbabwe create an audiobook that teaches malaria prevention and treatment in their own language.
April 25 is World Malaria Day. Learn how the U.S. President's Malaria Initiative is helping to protect communities against the deadly disease.
The U.S. President's Malaria Initiative will expand its malaria prevention programs into four new countries in West and Central Africa.
Volunteers in Africa and the U.S. are helping fill in details of unmarked satellite images for areas affected by HIV and malaria.
Meet the new USAID administrator who volunteered in Kenya, was ambassador to Tanzania, and has family in South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and the U.K.
World Malaria Day is April 25. Learn the methods one community in Kenya is using to create huge reductions in the number of malaria cases.
Scientists are able to fight malaria by genetically modifying the disease's carrier, mosquitoes.
Inspired by a whirligig, a Stanford researcher developed a 20-cent paper centrifuge that could revolutionize health care diagnosis around the world.
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